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Interfacing a Raspberry Pi 4 with a small Nextion TFT display  


cjm3115
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I am in the process of designing and prototyping a control system for my hot water and heating at my home. I am using a thermodynamic panel and compressor system to heat my hot water tank. The spiral of this tank is connected to a slightly smaller tank to its spiral and a pump drives the water through the connecting spiral. A second pump, pumps the thus heated water through my plumbed heating system at a background temperature. The whole house heating is done around the central chimney breast. I have a gas Aga in the kitchen backing onto the same chimney breast.

My question is, can I use a Raspberry Pi 4 or Pi Zero to interface to a standard Nextion display ?

I need the WiFi and/or Bluetooth capabilities to connect to a web page interface and PC/Laptop java application, as too a mobile app interface. There is a manual system in place for fall back should the WiFi or Bluetooth fail.

So, if a member or Bill can point me in the right direction to achieve this integration between a Pi and Nextion display, I would be truly grateful.

C J MULLER


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Maxli
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I don't know if you have solved this problem now, I have a monitor similar to nextion that comes with Stone, I know how to connect the Stone display to the Raspberry Pi, I have also read some articles, I will leave the link here maybe it will help you.

https://forum.stoneitech.com/topic/raspberry-pi-pico-controls-stepper-motor-through-serial-port-commands/


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